Start your research here.
Click on each channel image to see the wealth of new and old research in each channel. There will likely be thousands, and some may even be only moments old.
When you click on any of the first 3 channels, a new page will open with the latest results. From there feel free to explore, modify the search terms, sort by date, and especially set-up new Alerts for that search term, where any new posts will be emailed directly to you.
NOTE– If you intend to use Cannabinoids you will need to decide:
1) which Cannabinoids you want;
2) dose of Cannabinoids per day or per use;
3) which administration route you want to use (oral, smoked or vaporized, rectal or vaginal, topical); and
4) that will dictate the form you want the Cannabinoids to be in (oil, tincture, edible, pill, suppository, flower, concentrate).
Remember that you can always “compound” Cannabinoids, that is, mix them to the ratio and quantity you want, from different forms or sources. Please do not modify an existing treatment plan without first consulting a physician.
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The CannaSearch Channels:
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) offer the National Library of Medicine, which publishes PubMed. The collective research components of NIH make up the largest biomedical research library in the world. PubMed comprises more than 25 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. There are over 21,000 citations mentioning Cannabis, mankind’s most-researched plant. You can modify search terms, sort by date, and get email Alerts.
The Scholar Channel
Google Scholar provides a simple way to search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions; from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites. You can modify search terms, sort by date, and get email Alerts.
The Google Channel
Click to see everything on the subject in popular media, web sites, publications, blogs, news, and books in Google. You can modify search terms, sort by date, and get email Alerts.
The Facebook Channel
Facebook is a great resource for finding anecdotes about others’ experiences, comments about conditions and treatments, and support networks for a certain condition. Click to see the latest on Facebook about this condition and Cannabinoids. You can modify search terms.
The Breaking News Channel
Click to see up-to-the-second Breaking News on CBD and more, from 150 sources. Hundreds of posts none more than a two weeks old, some only seconds old. Another exclusive and original ground-breaking free service from the Medicinal Hemp Association.
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